Flamingo sculptures, elegant curves of bright red metal, similar to iron anchors, have been interpreted in Chinese as flamingos, stable, firm and elegant, standing on the square of the Canton Federal Building in front of the tall steel and glass skyscrapers, and have now become a landmark of Chicago. This is the work of American artist Alexander Calder, 16 meters high. This sculpture has a peculiar shape and a high artistic imagination. At noon, the people in the building relax around, and the light and shadow cast by the sculpture are beautiful, accompanied by the high-rise buildings around her.
Many of Chicago's city sculptures are masterpieces. Calder's Flamingo is one of them. Calder's Flamingo, many Chinese tourists do not understand its meaning. We still use Chinese to say "Calder's Red Stork" or "Calder's Flamingo". Calder is the author of this sculpture, and the famous sculptor Alexander #183; Calder; Flamingo transliterated it into "Flamingo" which many people do not understand, meaning "Red Stork" (Flamingo). Flamingos are listed on the list of endangered animals. This sculpture in Chicago Federal Square, among many high-rise buildings, "Calder's Flamingo" is particularly bright and eye-catching. Near Jackson Station. Alexander Calder is a famous American sculptor. He designed many large commemorative public sculptures. His works are available at Kennedy Airport in New York, UNESCO in Paris and Montreal. The "Red Stork" in downtown Chicago is one of his masterpieces.
Flamingo Sculpture is a large sculptural work of art, located in front of the Chicago Federal Building on the Federal Square, 16 meters high, it looks very artistic and broad, can create a variety of associations. The sculpture looks even more beautiful in the light at night. Many visitors take photos here.
Passing by is very eye-catching, works of art against the backdrop of urban architecture
Flamingo sculpture is worth seeing. The whole sculpture is bright red. It feels small to take photos under it. It can be reached by sightseeing bus. There are many famous architectural attractions nearby. If you don't look at the museum, the attractions around can be seen in two days.
You can see it from the subway. It's late at night, but it's the first sight of America.
It's a light rain. It's the Lop District Business Center in Chicago.